Unstructured Periods

The unstructured class period is instructional time designed to provide the student opportunity to do independent study, including reference work, and to use food services, library, formation, and resource centers. Also, the student is provided time to arrange conferences with teachers, guidance counselors and/or campus ministers. While under adult supervision, the intent of this phase of the academic program is to develop in the student a sense of self-responsibility, self-discipline, efficient use of his unstructured time and serious study habits.

All students have an unstructured class period every day.